Florida Gas Transmission Company

Third Revised Volume No. 1

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Effective Date: 11/01/1993, Docket: RS92- 16-003, Status: Effective

Original Sheet No. 103 Original Sheet No. 103 : Superseded





7. shall have a temperature of not more than one hundred twenty

(120) degrees Fahrenheit; and


8. shall have a Btu content of not less than one thousand (1000)

Btu per cubic foot.


9. Transporter may refuse to accept any gas which fails to

conform with the quality standards itemized in Subsections

(1) through (8) above. Transporter, in its reasonable

discretion exercised on a not unduly discriminatory basis,

may waive the quality standards for gas delivered into its

pipeline system at receipt points, provided that such waiver

will not affect Transporter's ability to maintain an

acceptable gas quality in its pipeline and adequate service

to its customers consistent with the applicable Rate Schedule

and these General Terms, including (without limitation)

Section 2B below. Such waiver will not be effective unless

in writing and signed by an authorized representative of



B. The gas delivered by Transporter to Shipper shall conform to the

following standards:


1. The gas shall be natural gas, or its equivalent as provided

for in Section 2B.3 below, from the sources of supply

attached or delivered to Transporter's pipeline system;

provided however, that moisture, impurities, helium, natural

gasoline, butane, propane, and other hydrocarbons or other

substances, may be removed prior to delivery to Shipper.

Nothing herein shall restrict Shipper's right to remove any

merchantable products prior to delivery into Transporter's

system by or for the account of Shipper. Further, nothing

herein shall prevent Shipper from making arrangements for the

processing of Shipper's gas on Transporter's system (nor, in

the event such arrangements are made, from designating a

processing plant as the Delivery Point for the MMBtu

attributable to processed liquefiables). Transporter may

subject or permit the subjection of the gas to compression,

heating, cooling, cleaning or other processes, which are not

substantially detrimental to the merchantability of the gas